Welcome to Gumberg Library's EndNote Guide. EndNote's citation management software is a useful tool for organizing references and creating bibliographies. It is available for free to all Duquesne University users.
Not sure if EndNote is for you? Watch this introductory video to find out how EndNote can be used in your research!
View our webinar for a basic overview of EndNote, including a tour of EndNote and demonstrations on downloading citations from the databases and using the Microsoft Word plug-in. Plus, learn how to get EndNote assistance! (This video is about EndNote x8, but the information here still applies to EndNote x9!)
View our demo of EndNote x9, including a tour of EndNote and demonstrations on downloading citations from the databases and using the Microsoft Word plug-in. Plus, helpful links on how to get assistance.
EndNote has many features that will assist you during the research project, including:
You must setup your Find Full Text preferences in order to search our databases. This will allow EndNote to automatically search for and find the full text or articles, and attach them to your citations.
PC Users: Go to Edit > Preferences > Find Full Text
Mac Users: Go to EndNote > Preferences > Find Full Text
Change the OpenURL to http://imageserver.ebscohost.com/branding/s9004660/FullTextFinder.html? as seen below.
Change the Authenticate With URL to http://authenticate.library.duq.edu/login?url= as seen below.
This guide was originally created by Michael Janakis, MLIS Spring 2017, further updated by Kelsey O'Rourke, MLIS, and is currently maintained by Sarah Hicks, MLIS.